Your studio only gets one chance to make a first impression. Strong photography and marketing can be the key elements to making sure a first impression is a good one. … Read More
According to a study done by Rubicon, in the U.S. we throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour — about 42,000 per minute, or about 695 per second. U.S. … Read More
There are around 10,000 yoga studios in the U.S. right now and probably less than half of those sell any products to their students. However, this number is growing every … Read More
For 30 years prior to becoming 405 Yoga, the building was a liquor store in a rough neighborhood in Washington D.C.
“We wanted to go into a location … Read More
Making your studio space work for you doesn’t have to be a grand undertaking.
Truly Yoga Studio in Newark, Delaware, is made up of a shopping-center space that is a … Read More
How Faith Hunter’s studio, Embrace DC, became a space to express freedom, growth and joy.
Up a staircase surrounded by vibrant blue walls to a second floor loft in the … Read More
In corporate finance, there is a measure that shows how well a company is utilizing its assets. It’s a simple calculation called ROA, which stands for Return on Assets. It’s … Read More
Yoga studio owners, as well as independent yoga instructors, need to protect themselves with appropriate and sufficient insurance coverage.
Even relatively simple juries can result in a claim being filed … Read More
Christine Burke, owner and yoga instructor at Liberation Yoga in Los Angeles, was drawn to yoga by a desire to find a place where body, mind and spirituality could merge.
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Sometimes, the best lessons come from the worst mistakes. For Sharli Kiner, that was opening up a second yoga studio with a spa.
The owner of Limber Tree Yoga Studio, … Read More
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